Hello, I’m Kayaba an ApparelX news editor.
In this article, I would like to write about the merits of lined clothes, especially in summer, and what kind of lining is best for you.
The following is a list of the 5 benefits.
Most of the linings in the world are polyester. Polyester is often used because it is inexpensive, durable, and lightweight.
However, if you use a fabric with low moisture absorption (the ability to regulate the humidity inside) for a summer jacket, it can get quite hot.
Polyester, nylon, acrylic, and polyurethane, which are commonly used mainly in synthetic fabrics, have low water absorbency and are prone to feeling stuffy.
It’s almost like walking around outside in the summer with wrap wrapped around your body.
The sweat from your body will stay inside your clothes, increasing the humidity and, in the worst case, possibly causing heat stroke.
Linings for summer must be chosen carefully.
Let’s take a look at what kind of lining is best for summer.
SAP is a cool lining for summer clothes, with a soft and gentle texture, good breathability, and excellent sweat absorption and quick-drying properties.
Its special structure improves air permeability, and it feels light and smooth, and is hard to feel sticky.
This lining is made of 100% polyester, but the surface that comes in contact with the skin is uneven, reducing the contact area and making it cool and refreshing to wear.
It is characterized by its excellent air permeability, sweat absorption and quick-drying properties, and smoothness.
Compared to regular cupro linings, cupro has a cotton feel to the skin, making it less sticky.
In addition, since cupro is a fiber derived from cotton linters, it absorbs perspiration and is less prone to dampness.